Georgia Tech’s New Global Change Program Named First Tenant of Kendeda Building

Georgia Tech’s New Global Change Program Named First Tenant of Kendeda Building

By Ken Edelstein

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Georgia Tech's new Global Change Center will be housed in the Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design

Friday, May 4, 2018 - 2:15pm

CAMPAIGN: Georgia Tech Global Change Program

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A fitting tenant has first dibs on space in the Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design — even though the building is more than a year away from completion.

The Georgia Tech Global Change Program is itself only a few weeks old. After months of planning spearheaded by former Tech President G. Wayne Clough, Provost Rafael Bras announced in March that Earth and Atmospheric Sciences Professor Kim Cobb would lead the new program. It aims to coordinate courses, research and other efforts on campus that relate to global environmental challenges — with a focus on solutions.

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CATEGORY: Environment